SBT vai exibir a novela Um Caminho para o Destino

 

SBT vem com novela inédita na faixa da tarde, “Um Caminho para o Destino”…

… Produção em HD e uma das maiores audiências da Televisa nesses últimos tempos no México e Estados Unidos.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Westfield FFA Cup 2017 Round of 32: MD2 Preview

Olympic Village

staff writers
The current PlayStation 4 NPL Victoria league leaders and a team from northern Brisbane are the latest clubs aiming to conquer a Hyundai A-League giant on night two of the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32.

The headline match of the night comes from Olympic Village in Melbourne as Heidelberg United come up against two-time Westfield FFA Cup finalists Perth Glory in a highly anticipated Round of 32 encounter.

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A club steeped in history and one of the founding clubs of the old National Soccer League (NSL), Heidelberg United enter their second appearance in the Westfield FFA Cup Final Rounds wiser for the experience of their first.

The match will be the second time the Bergers have hosted a Hyundai A-League side in the Westfield FFA Cup after 11,372 people packed into Olympic Village to watch them take on Melbourne City FC in a Quarter Final back in September 2015.

Heidelberg United were on the wrong end of a 5-0 score line on that night but with Perth Glory still in the preliminary stages of their pre season and after seeing Redlands United and Green Gully topple Hyundai A-League opponents in the Round of 32 last year, the home side will dream that they can conjure up a similar ‘cupset’ against Perth Glory.

FOX SPORTS (Channel 505) will have LIVE and exclusive coverage of the match on what will be another massive night of Westfield FFA Cup action with three other Round of 32 encounters taking place in Queensland, Tasmania and New South Wales.

It will be a classic case of David and Goliath in the area of Redcliffe north of Brisbane as Brisbane Premier League club Peninsula Power welcome reigning Westfield FFA Cup holders Melbourne City FC to Dolphin Stadium.

Coached by Aaron Philp, who has been involved with Peninsula Power since he first began playing for the club at the age of five, the home side faces a monumental task against a Melbourne City FC side with attacking players of the ilk of Bruno Fornaroli, Luke Brattan, Bruce Kamau, Nick Fitzgerald and co.

A further incentive for both Peninsula Power and Heidelberg United to find the back of the net against their more fancied opponents is the continuation of the NAB Golden Goals initiative, which will see the Westfield FFA Cup partner give any Member Federation club $2,500 for each goal they score against a Hyundai A-League opponent.

In Tasmania, it’s a showdown between two Round of 32 debutantes as Olympia FC Warriors take on APIA Leichhardt Tigers at KGV Park in Glenorchy.

The Tasmanian locals galvanised behind Devonport Strikers’ Cup run in the Final Rounds last year and Olympia Warriors, a club with a decorated honours list and a current youthful, exuberant squad, will be hoping for the same parochial support against a highly talented APIA outfit sprinkled with players who have had Hyundai A-League experience.

The remaining match of the night will see Western Sydney Wanderers FC host Wellington Phoenix at Campbelltown Stadium. It is the second straight time the two sides have met at Campbelltown Stadium in the Round of 32.

Last year the Wanderers prevailed in a five goal thriller and with players from both teams looking to impress and Wellington now under the tutelage of new coach Darije Kalezić, it has the ingredients to be another fascinating Cup tie.

Finally, there will be a moments silence prior to kick-off at all four matches tomorrow night and again on Wednesday night following the news that Australian football icon Les Murray has passed away. The players will also wear black armbands as a sign of respect.

Further to the full broadcast of the match between Heidelberg United and Perth Glory, FOX SPORTS will have LIVE updates and crosses to the other three matches, which will also be streamed at https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-cup/live-stream.

For ticketing details on all four matches, click here.

Westfield FFA Cup 2017 Round of 32 – Match Day 2 Fixtures

Heidelberg United v Perth Glory
Tuesday 1 August 2017
Olympic Village, Heidelberg West (VIC)
Kick-off:
 7:30pm local (7:30pm AEST)

Referee: Adam Kersey
Assistant Referee 1: Luke Brennan
Assistant Referee 2: Joanna Charaktis
Fourth Official: Lachlan Keevers

Tickets: Click here for ticketing details

TV Broadcast: 7.00pm (AEST) Live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS (Channel 505)

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tags #HFCvPER #FFACup

Heidelberg United squad: 1.Christopher Theodoridis-Petropoulos (gk), 2.Joshua Wilkins, 3.Leslie Doumbalis, 4.Jordan Wilkes, 5.Michael Trigger, 6.Lewis Hall, 7.Reuben Way, 8.Andrew Cartanos, 9.Adrian Zahra, 10.Jack Petrie, 11.Kostas Kanakaris, 12.Ken Athiu, 13.Luke Byles, 14.Harry Noon, 15.Paul O’Brien, 17.Steven Pace, 19.Sean Ellis, 22.Alexander Schiavo, 23.Christian Pavlidis (gk)

Perth Glory squad: 2.Alex Grant, 3.Marc Warren, 4.Shane Lowry, 5.Jacob Poscoliero, 6.Mitch Nichols, 7.Joel Chianese, 8.Rostyn Griffiths, 10.Andy Keogh, 13.Nick Feely (gk), 14.Chris Harold, 15.Brandon Wilson, 16.Joseph Mills, 17.Diego Castro, 21.Jamal Reiners, 22.Adam Taggart, 23.Scott Neville, 28.Joseph Knowles, 33.Liam Reddy (gk)

 

Peninsula Power v Melbourne City FC
Tuesday 1 August 2017
Dolphin Stadium, Redcliffe (QLD)
Kick-off:
 7:30pm local (7:30pm AEST)

Referee: Lara Lee
Assistant Referee 1: Nathan MacDonald
Assistant Referee 2: Daniel Olson
Fourth Official: Chris Beath

Tickets: Click here for ticketing details

Broadcast: Streamed LIVE at https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-cup/live-stream

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tags #PENvMCY #FFACup

Peninsula Power squad: 1.Jake Reesby (gk), 2.Myles Carseldine, 3.Matthew Boyd, 4.Daniel Cunha, 5.David Salin, 7.Andre Bonotto, 8.Jared Austin, 9.Charles Mendy, 10.Thomas Strickland, 11.Richard Hurlin, 17.Michael Baird, 14.Isaac Colgrave, 15.Eric Matheus Spiandorello, 18.Shaun Feuerriegel, 19.Zhaydan Basson, 20.Trent McEvoy, 21.Dean Briggs, 22.Matthew Carr (gk), 25.Joshua Woolley, 26.Will Gibson (gk), 27.Cheyne Moodley, 28.Jack Porter, 29.Jarrod Brown

Melbourne City FC squad: 1.Dean Bouzanis (gk), 2.Emmanuel Muscat, 3.Scott Jamieson, 6.Osama Malik, 7.Nick Fitzgerald, 8.Neil Kilkenny, 11.Bruce Kamau, 12.Braedyn Crowley, 13.Stefan Mauk, 14.Daniel Arzani, 15.Denis Genreau, 17.Tim Cahill, 18.Eugene Galekovic (gk), 21.Ruon Tongyik, 22.Michael Jakobsen, 23.Bruno Fornaroli, 25.Iacopo La Rocca, 26.Luke Brattan, 30.John Roberts, 34.Connor Metcalfe, 35.Ramy Najjarine, 36.Dylan Pierias, 37.Nathaniel Atkinson, 39.Anthony Lesiotis, 40.Yaren Sozer (gk)

 

Olympia FC Warriors v APIA Leichhardt Tigers
Tuesday 1 August 2017
KGV Park, Glenorchy (TAS)
Kick-off:
 7:30pm local (7:30pm AEST)

Referee: Shaun Evans
Assistant Referee 1: Wilson Brown
Assistant Referee 2: Daniel Ilievski
Fourth Official: Stratos Plomaratis

Tickets: Click here for ticketing details

Broadcast: Streamed LIVE at https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-cup/live-stream

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tags #OFCvALT #FFACup

Olympia FC Warriors squad: 1.Mitchell Stalker (gk), 2.Lucas Hill, 3.Paul Stevens, 4.Shae Hickey, 5.Joffrey Nkoso, 6.Nicholas Mearns, 7.Warren Wadawu, 8.Jake Vandermey, 9.Shane Cartwright, 10.Thomas Bellini, 11.Joel Sammut, 12.Noah Smithies-Sharples, 13.Hugh Undy, 15.Mark Ortmann, 18.Jakub Sklenar, 19.Thomas Little, 20.Lochlan Hardwick, 22.Jakob Cole (gk)

APIA Leichhardt Tigers squad: 1.Ivan Necevski (gk), 2.Nathan Millgate, 3.Paul Galimi, 4.Joshua Symons, 7.Sean O’Connell, 8.Corey Biczo, 9.Matthew West, 10.Franco Parisi, 11.Jordan Murray, 12.Dominic Cox, 13.David Dapuzzo, 15.Themba Muata-Marlow, 16.Sean Symons, 17.Adrian Vlastelica, 18.Adrian Ucchino, 19.Brandon Lundy, 20.Tasuku Sekiya, 21.Cameron Stephan, 22.Luke Turnbull (gk), 23.Mathew Cook

 

Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Wellington Phoenix
Tuesday 1 August 2017
Campbelltown Stadium, Leumeah (NSW)
Kick-off:
 7:30pm local (7:30pm AEST)

Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Assistant Referee 1: Owen Goldrick
Assistant Referee 2: Scott Edeling
Fourth Official: Kurt Ams

Tickets: Click here for ticketing details

Broadcast: Streamed LIVE at https://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-cup/live-stream

Join the conversation on Twitter using the hash-tags #WSWvWEL #FFACup

Western Sydney Wanderers FC squad: 1.Jerrad Tyson (gk), 3.Jack Clisby, 4.Josh Risdon, 5.Brendan Hamill, 6.Jacob Melling, 7.Steven Lustica, 8.Roly Bonevacia, 9.Oriol Riera, 11.Brendon Santalab, 14.Jumpei Kusukami, 15.Kearyn Baccus, 16.Jaushua Sotirio, 18.Robert Cornthwaite, 19.Mark Bridge, 20.Vedran Janjetovic (gk), 21.Marc Tokich, 22.Jonathan Aspropotamitis, 23.Lachlan Scott, 25.Chris Herd, 30.John Hall (gk), 33.Michael Thwaite, 42.Keanu Baccus, 49.Abraham Majok

Wellington Phoenix squad: 3.Scott Galloway, 5.Ryan Lowry, 6.Dylan Fox, 7.Gui Finkler, 10.Michael McGlinchey, 11.Hamish Watson, 12.Adam Parkhouse, 13.Marco Rossi, 14.Alex Rufer, 15.James McGarry, 16.Louis Fenton, 18.Sarpreet Singh, 19.Thomas Doyle, 20.Lewis Italiano (gk), 21.Roy Krishna, 22.Andrew Durante, 23.Matthew Ridenton, 24.Logan Rogerson, 30.Oliver Sail (gk)

* squads are subject to change

Source  :  Football Federation Australia

Programação da Record não será mais alterada em 2017

 

Alcançando bons resultados ou não, a atual programação da Record não sofrerá mais mudanças…

… Vai do jeito que está pelo menos até o fim deste ano.

 

Flávio Ricco com colaboração de José Carlos Nery

Vale Les Murray

Les Murray.

Monday, 31 July 2017 

Staff writer
Football Federation Australia (FFA) is saddened to learn of the passing of legendary football broadcaster Les Murray AM who died today after a period of illness.

Murray was inducted into the FFA Hall of Fame in 2003 and was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in 2006 for his services to Football as a radio and television producer, journalist and presenter, and through national and international football organisations.

Born in Hungary in 1945, Les Murray’s early years were spent following the famous Hungarian team of the 1950s. His playing career was interrupted when his family migrated to Australia in 1957. They settled in Sydney where Murray resumed playing with Sydney club St George Budapest. He moved into journalism with the Fairfax Group until 1980 when the opportunity arose to join SBS Television.

In 1984 Murray toured with the national team to China and Europe. He presented regular weekly programs on football for SBS, including acting as compere for major awards nights. Murray was also the author of articles and books on the world game.

FFA Chairman Steven Lowy AM, expressed condolences on behalf of the Australian football community.

“This is a very sad day for football. Few people become synonymous with their sport…but Les was one of those few,” said Lowy.

“He made an immense contribution to football in Australia through his professional work but above all through his passion…..he literally brought the game to millions and connected us to the biggest sport in the world.

“I’ve been seeing his face and hearing his voice since I was a teenager and I am sure I speak for many when I say that football is not going to be quite the same without him around,” concluded Lowy.

FFA CEO David Gallop, in the United States with the Westfield Matildas, said Les Murray had made football accessible to many people who were new to the game.

“Les turned the term “the world game” into a reality for millions of Australians. He had unmatched passion along with his great friend the late Johnny Warren MBE OAM for what football could be and how to take it there, ” said Gallop.

Football Federation Australia extends its condolences to Les Murray’s partner Maria and his daughters Tania and Natalie.

 

 

Source  :  Football Federation Australia

Melbourne Victory sign Caltex Socceroo Mark Milligan as marquee

Sunday, 30 July 2017 

Melbourne Victory have confirmed the signing of Caltex Socceroos midfielder Mark Milligan as their marquee for the Hyundai A-League 2017/’18 season.
NEED TO KNOW
►With 81 games (all competitions) in the navy blue already to his name, Milligan will occupy the vacant marquee player slot on the club’s Hyundai A-League roster next season.
►Milligan joins fellow Socceroo Rhys Williams and New Zealand international Kosta Barbarouses as new signings to Kevin Muscat’s squad.
►Milligan has been playing in the Middle East for the past two seasons with UAE club Baniyas.
MUSCAT ON MILLIGAN SIGNING
“To say we’re delighted is an understatement,” Victory boss Kevin Muscat said.
“Mark is a player who loves our club and to be able to secure him for next season is a massive shot in the arm.
 https://twitter.com/gomvfc/status/891803118161100800
“He’s still a pivotal member of the Socceroos set-up and will be an invaluable addition to our squad as we prepare for a busy campaign that also includes AFC Champions League commitments.
“I’m sure our fans will be thrilled with this news as the build up to next season continues.”
MILLIGAN ON RETURNING TO AUSTRALIA
“This really couldn’t have worked out any better for me,” Milligan said.
“Playing in the Middle East was a great experience and one I’ll look back on very fondly. It certainly became home for my wife and family.

 

Could Mark Milligan be a candidate to return to the Hyundai A-League next season?

“When the opportunity to come back to Australia presented, Melbourne Victory was the only choice.”

 

Source  :  Football Federation Australia

Why these are two massive games for Australia

The Caltex Socceroos are just over a month away from two massive games – 180 minutes of football which are absolutely pivotal to the next 12 months.

Here’s why…

STANDINGS — ASIAN WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS

Pos. P W D L GD Pts Form
1
Japan
Japan 8 5 2 1 9 17
WDWWWD
2
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia 8 5 1 2 7 16
DWLWWL
3
Australia
Australia 8 4 4 0 6 16
DDDDWW
4
United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates 8 3 1 4 -3 10
WLWLLD
5
Iraq
Iraq 8 1 2 5 -3 5
LWLDLD
6
Thailand
Thailand 8 0 2 6 -16 2
LLDLLD

THE SITUATION

Australia’s World Cup qualification group is extremely tight with the top three separated by just one point.

Each nation has two games left.

Tomi Juric in action for the Caltex Socceroos against Japan in October.

QUALIFICATION PROCESS

AFC has 4.5 spots in qualification for the next FIFA World Cup.

Only the top two in each group earn automatic entry to Russia 2018.

Third place in each group square off in a home-and-away showdown with the winner moving into a home-and-away intercontinental playoff against a CONCACAF nation.

KEY REMAINING FIXTURES

Japan v Australia in Saitama on August 31

UAE v Saudi Arabia in Al Ain City on August 31

Australia v Thailand at AAMI Park in Melbourne on September 5

Saudi Arabia v Japan in Jeddah on September 5

FIXTURES — ASIAN WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS

Thursday 31 August 2017

07:35 Japan Japan   v   Australia Australia
09:00 Thailand Thailand   v   Iraq Iraq

Tuesday 5 September 2017

06:00 (TBC) Australia Australia   v   Thailand Thailand
06:00 (TBC) Iraq Iraq   v   United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
06:00 (TBC) Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia   v   Japan Japan

WHAT IF?

What if Australia and another nation finish on equal points at the end of the group stage?

If both teams have the same points then goal difference will be the deciding factor.

Central Midfield: Tom Rogic

If the teams still can’t be separated, the side with the most goals scored in the group will book a place in Russia.

Still tied after that?

Then it’s the greatest number of points gained in games between the teams concerned.

In the case of Australia and Saudi Arabia, the Socceroos have four points and the Saudis one point from their two meetings.

The Caltex Socceroos players celebrate Tom Rogic's second half strike against Saudi Arabia.

THE UPSHOT: IT’S IN THEIR HANDS

The Caltex Socceroos know they will secure World Cup qualification with two wins.

A win and a draw might also be enough depending on other results.

However, both Japan and Saudi Arabia can also secure their spots with successive victories.

Regardless of what happens against Japan, Australia won’t be definitely in or out when they return to Melbourne for their clash with Thailand.

The Caltex Socceroos and Japan players shake  hands following their WCQ in Melbourne.

But a win in the September 5 clash at AAMI Park may well see the Caltex Socceroos punch their ticket for Russia.

It could well be a night to remember.

 

Source  :  Football Federation Australia

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